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Armstrong Williams With O'Reilly

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Notice the picture" Character Asssasination" "There's Something Wrong Here" " The Media is to Blame"

This is the lead in graphic right before Anderson Williams starts his interview with Bill O'Reilly.

Of course Bill can't help to blame the media on this issue: You know what the media is doing out there. They're saying the Bush administration paid him" But fear not, Bill called the Bush administration and they denied it so it must be true. Of course Williams defends the administration.

Armsrtong: How did they make that leap?" Let's see,,, oh yea, the DOE funded your pay-off.

Daily Howler : The conversation kept making it seem that Williams had only accepted money to run those TV and radio ads. Of course, Williams had also been paid to have Paige on his show as a guest. But O’Reilly allowed that fact to be hidden. Mr. O scolded Williams for his bad judgment. But to an average viewer, it must have been hard to know just what the fuss was about. has more.

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